Thrillist for iPhone
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As the trusted voice in food, drink and travel for folks everywhere, Thrillist for iPhone brings you on-the-go access to thousands of hand-picked local restaurants, bars, & clubs in cities across the globe.
Unlike other “city guides” that indiscriminately list millions of questionable businesses, Thrillist for iPhone is powered only by hi-qual, professionally curated recommendations to meet your eating, drinking, and shopping needs.
Each suggestion comes complete with Thrillist's razor-sharp editorial -- as well as a plethora of glorious photos and options to share, map, and book a table. New listings are added every weekday, fueled by Thrillist's free daily email.
Thrillist for iPhone markets:
+Travel destinations around the world. We’re adding new cities every month!
Don’t see your city listed? Fear not – you can see all the Thrillist-approved joints in your area, wherever you are (unless you’re living that hermit-in-the-woods lifestyle, you know… that Bon Iver flow).
Feel free to email us with your ideas, reactions, questions, and idle threats at
What's New in Version 2.5.4
Met some bugs, chatted 'em up, took 'em out for dinner, went for drinks, then poisoned them until they died.
Not bad info but a terrible app
First, it doesn't let you set a default city — or even remember the city you select while navigating within the app — without creating an account. Terrible and unnecessary.
Also, their lists often make no organizational sense. If you're providing a list of the "Best Restaurants in Each Neighborhood" then list the neighborhoods. It makes zero sense to list them by restaurant name. For the New Orleans version of this list, some of the reviews don't even mention the neighborhood. Kind of makes the list useless.
For an app consisting of nothing but lists, they're not real good list makers.
Needs some work
I wanted to like this app, because I like the website so much. This app takes the great information from the website and puts it in a terrible-to-browse experience. Once you click through to an article or listing, and try to click back to navigate back to where you came from, it just brings you back to the page for the nearest city -- not the one you were initially browsing. That alone makes this app infinitely frustrating. I'll just be using the website from now on.
I wish this app worked but the lists aren't even accurate. For example, a list on secret menu items was only a list of restaurants, with their associated description. No mention of any secret dishes. Also, it freezes frequently or leaves me unable to scroll down to view complete info. Thrillist ought to improve it or not offer an app b.c this one is pointless.